Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by stilltheguru, May 13, 2021.
Didn't quit on the play like he likes to do sometimes either. Helluva job!
After seeing him in action....no, his instincts are not all that good. He overcomes poor instincts with his athleticism.
It's always those 2 messing up at the wrong time, and both are highly overpaid.
Watch him get dominated and pancaked on opening drive
Cherry Picking tackles. Pathetic.
I will be so happy when he is gone. Jerry is killing this team by forcing his pets on the coaches. At least the draft this year made it very clear that the coaches have had enough of the pathetic LB play and Jerry was forced to do something about it.
fair enough. I still think his injury effects his instincts. He's worried about the foot instead of the play.
if by funny you mean pathetic then you are correct
Wow! Talk about utter blindness
That is what you got out of that play?
Man Jaylon sucks so bad. Only Jerry "Blue" J. could have signed him.
At least an DL player helped him up.
Reminded me of Free helping Romo up. Losers help losers.
Get tf off my team!!!!
Jaylon is one of the worst signings in Cowboys history.
Imagine what that does to your morale to bust your butt every single day and then to have that clown start every game no matter what he does.
I don't care about the cap hit, this team needs to be sent a message. That **** is not going to be tolerated. Ever.
Dumpster fire defense
Jaylon Smith was the 2nd leading tackler in the NFL last season. He was utterly exposed by a very weak and depleted D-line. This video shows Jaylon towards the end of the 3rd quarter in game #15. Jaylon ended up with 11 tackles that game. The next highest number of tackles by a Cowboy is six.
Jaylon was getting beat up all season long and you can bet that, by game #15, he was fatigued. Yet, he was one of only three total Cowboys that started all 16 games for the third season in a row.
You don't make it that far, especially with a devastating injury, without being highly competitive. Jaylon Smith isn't simply going to walk away without a fight. He and Parsons are going to be very good for each other.
Watch his left foot versus his right. When he is dancing back and forth the left switches while the right drags.
Yeah… We watched that and made sure to draft 2 linebackers
Yes. On more than just that play. But they'll keep Tank and let Gregory walk after next season. And trade Gallup.
He babies the leg and can’t shed blocks. This is not fatigue, it happens all the time. It’s time to phase out Jaylon Smith. I’m sure he’s a nice guy and the injury was a devastating blow, but LBs for this D need to take on blocks not avoid them. This happens no matter how well your DTs are playing. LBs have to shed blocks. You can't keep them completely clean at all times. You need to see some more video evidence? cause there’s plenty! And solo tackles he ranks 11th and doesn't break the top 100 in tackles for loss. The 21 season should be his last hurrah in a Cowboys uniform no matter how many assisted tackles he has. He is part of the problem not the solution if you ever want to actually see this defense morph into a suffocating group. Can't and won't happen when LBs are doing what he does. More likely to get completely run over in a playoff game and it's not like we haven't seen that either.
I was actually replying to deathmonkey and he *might* have been pulling my leg.
In 2019 Jaylon Smith was voted to the Pro Bowl. Two thirds of the voting come from the coaches and the players.
If he can't shed blocks then how in the world has he been in on 417 tackles in three seasons? Combined or solo, he was there. Again, that's third in the entire league over the past three seasons.